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Travel Blogs from Rignano sull'Arno
... bed to do some work on my blog. At about 9:50 I was ready for sleep - you
wish. The spaniard started up next door - in what should have been my sunny loungeroom with the great view - on a phone call which stopped about 90 minutes later. By then the wine bar -20 metres at the end of the street had started up and pumped through until around 2:30am, that
was when the drunks and revellers from the bars in Santa Croce Sqaure were wending their way home until around ...
... up heading to a street that had a few bars along it... We walked in and it was at least a 50:1 men:women ratio! I was dying for the toilet but it took 10 minutes to the entrance to the toilet because I was stopped 3 times by boys to ask if they could buy me a drink! The guys were so hot but it was massive sleeze capital!!! No Italian love was wanted! Would visit Florence again though, the people are so lovely, the food is cheap and tastes great, and the city is clean and ...
... side of the stairs, maneuvering around those that were waiting to climb up. The English woman pulled her back and stated, "Excuse me! I'm nearly 70 years old and I should be going first. Wait your turn!" The young girl softly replied, "I can go around them. Don't touch me, please." I, along with the other guests, awkwardly stood in silence across from the two. The young girl finally walked forward, without any regard to the English woman. The English woman pushed forward and stated, ...
... today. So I just did some reading, and eventually took a nap. I've been trying so hard not to get in the habit of taking naps, because for me they can be deadly. The sometimes throw off my whole sleeping schedule and I can't fall asleep that night (as I am now). But it was most needed. Meredith and I both woke up just in time for oil painting.
We started our first actual painting ...
... with large sculptures, paintings and mosaics. When we first arrived in Florence we
also went to the Uffizi Gallery and I really enjoyed seeing the painting the
‘Birth of Venus’, a paining I actually recognised and we had one-euro coins
with the woman’s face of it. I wish I could have had more time to research the
various paintings as it always magnifies the experience but I haven’t really
had the time.